ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 03-April-2020

In Case You Missed It

Topics include Windows Terminal, Event Logs, String Basics and more.

Special thanks to Robin Dadswell, Prasoon Karunan V, Kiran Patnayakuni and Kevin Laux

Dynamic PowerShell and SSH remoting tabs for Windows Terminal

by Luc Fullenwarth on 29th March

I am a SysAdmin and have to connect to dozen of different computers every day, I needed to bring this a little further and make it more “dynamic”: every time I open a remoting tab, it should ask for the computer name and the username if necessary.

NEW Oneliner to Tail the Windows Eventlog

by Darwin Sanoy on 30th March

Equivalent of tail -f on Linux for the Windows Event Log

Monitoring with PowerShell: Monitoring client VPN settings

by Kelvin Tegelaar on 31st March

Learn how to monitor Always on VPN connections from the clients.

Back to Basics: PowerShell Strings

by June Castillote on 1st April

In this article, you'll learn that strings are not just for reading and displaying. They can also be manipulated to fit the purpose of whatever task you may be writing the script for.

PowerShell Basics: How to Upload Files to Azure Storage

by Anthony Bartolo on 2nd April

Learn how to easily add files to Azure Blob Storage

Reddit /r/PowerShell - Most Popular Weekly Post

u/BlackV shared some information about Pluralsight giving a free month of training away.

Tweet of the Week

Audit FIDO Keys registered in Azure AD using PowerShell

Youtube: Creating Restore Points Using PowerShell!

Creating restore points using PowerShell will allow a user to restore their machine from a previous system state.

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